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Summer Fish & Rice

201 S. Robertson Blvd. (Gregory Way) Send to Phone
424-279-9111 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Order Now! | Menu
An elegant ambience and good quality fish come together at this sushi eatery.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
  • Dress code: Casual

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Summer Fish & Rice Restaurant Review

: In a quiet neighborhood of Beverly Hills, one might miss this sushi restaurant, with its uncomplicated ambience. Diners can choose to sit at the small, circular sushi bar near the entrance, or at one of the tables in the adjoining dining room, with walls constructed of light-colored woods. The menu begins with quite a few fun, izakaya-inspired small plates. Grilled ono with lemon is a three-ounce cut of the firm fish that practically disintegrates on the tongue; yellowtail collar is gamey and rich as expected; and “yellowtail and grapefruit” is a refreshing and acidic carpaccio dish layered with yuzu, orange zest and pink peppercorns. Cut rolls include the usual suspects such as rainbow and shrimp tempura, alongside interesting creations like the “Hinode” (spicy scallops inside, with slices of tuna, salmon and avocado on the outside). Nigiri and sashimi is made up of typical, yet fresh fish. We enjoy cuts of halibut, albacore belly and octopus, which is more tender compared to most Japanese restaurants we’ve tried. A small selection of cold saké is on offer to accompany the meal.
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